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with simon cho in an exclusive interview in just a few minutes. >>> and are chris brown and rihanna back together? hear what folks are saying about their possible reconciliation three years after brown brutally attacked rihanna. >>> and then we're going to switch gears and tell you about a legal reprieve for some high school cheer leaders in texas. the small town squad was tackling a big issue in school involving football and religion. we'll tell you what it's all about. >>> we want to begin this half-hour with the race for the white house. we are talking one month now until election day. both president obama and his republican challenger governor mitt romney are using friday's jobs report to bolster their campaign arguments. mike viqueira is at the white house. >> reporter: it is a huge number, it's good news for the unemployed, good political news for the president, but at least some people think the news is a little bit too good to be true. campaigning in ohio, the president seized on the new numbers, hoping the up beat economic news carries over to his campaign. >> this morning we fo
it. featured speakers include simon johnson, former chief economist with the imf, and karen petrou. this is just over an hour: >> thank you very much. i certainly hope and expect that this discussion will be as stimulating and exciting as the last panel. each of the panelists will speak for about ten minutes, and then we'll have an opportunity for colloquy among the panelists and then open for questions to the audience. we'll go in the following order, scheherazade will start us off, then anna will be second, simon third and karen fourth. so, scheherazade, please, kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it's a pleasure to be here at she leaf's annual event. i will try not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. [laughter] if you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict what possibly is the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. thirty years ago we had what we now affectionately call the traditional type of crisis, only happened in emerging markets, and the contagion of this crisis was regional. so if brazil got
midnight. what's the scene like right now, simon? >> reporter: good morning to you. welcome to one of the 34 pop-up stores across america that microsoft has launched today taking the message very much the commercial message to the streets. you can see it's busy. they opened this at 10:00 last night. there's 34 stores across america that will remain open until 1:00 monday morning. obviously it's the launch of the surface, the new tablet. you know that. also the launch of windows 8. they want to create the buzz that apple is able to create. they want to take it right on the street. guess who just turned up? the chief operating officer for microsoft, kevin turner, is with us. quite an endeavor to put up 34 outlets like this. i presume you had to train this staff. >> absolutely, simon. today we're opening up 34 of our stores in addition to 30 of our regular stores. we have 64 stores open. we have lines getting people trained and excited. there's excitement around windows 8 and certainly surface. >> i don't see a huge number of surface being sold. >> all of these bought surface and are
day. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> let's get to simon hobbs and see what's coming up. >> good morning, krarlcarl. the ceo of car max will be weighing in on the presidential debate last night. we'll look at same-store sales. kohl's taking it on the chin today in the wake of their falls in sales. and also matt lauer on the "today" show this morning asked mark zuckerberg a very simple question, why around you killing it financially? we'll talk about facebook and play that footage. back to you guys. >> even used the words "killing it." thanks. time for "6 in 60." we'll begin with ryder system upgrade. >> crucial trapt. we need this one higher. i like it. >> holey frontier downgraded at ubs. >> i think it's nuts. we have a big glut of oil. they're a win. >> you had eric wiseman on "mad" last night. >> he's saying, look, christmas shopping is going to be good, great. >> fedex, rbc, cautious. >> i'm a buyer, not a seller. >> cowan like safeway. >> good luck with that. i think this is a whole foods moment. >> and target's raised to bear. >> this is one of the greatest untold
there autographed by simon, by me, jim, david, melissa. did we give it to santelli and david? >> i think we did. >> we'll announce the winner later in our program. maybe it's you. best of luck, we think that pen, by the way is waterproof, but if it's not. >> that's why i signed it on the inside. >> i wasn't sure. i thought it would be safe. it's great. it's a collector's item, really. >> i hope they don't see it on ebay immediately. >> no bid. i like visa mastercard and i like paypal. >> all right. last night on "mad money," in case you didn't watch, he sent it to the shredder. get ready for cramer's mad dash and shoppers and investors, the president of sears and kmart will share his holiday season strategy for giving both stores a much-needed sales boost. >> take one more look at futures hanging on to an implied open about 60 points to the upside after the jobs number. we'll see if it lasts when "squawk on the street" comes back. er. who has 11 major brands to choose from? your ford dealer. who's offering a rebate? your ford dealer. who has the low price tire guarantee... affording peace of mi
stock. we'll also talk to james stewart. >>> thank you simon, do want to check on mcdonald's. we were curious to know when the last time comps were negative. prior to that you have to go back to april of 2003 before you can find negative comps globally when they were doubt.8. >> and they're seeing them be negative for the first time since 2003. >>> general electric is up 6%, and the company says the growth for the year will be a little less than people were expecting. we should say transportation profits, energy infrastructure up 13%. g.e. capital is one of the reasons why they had to pull back that number for the year as well as they continue to shrink that. >> the took in a very significant move. it's not that long ago and it's about the industrial businesses for which remain in tact. >> back in september it was a big structure day and people walked away extremely bullish from that. >> so, all right, there are new details today about goldman sachs memoir. more of his op-ed that was out months ago. he gives insight into the muppet context. being a muppet meant being an idiot, or tool
. and with that, we've got sister simone campbell from nuns on the bus in studio with us. we'll talk to our sports editor, dave we've adopted him. they play him, we adopted him. all that coming up, but first this is the full court press. >> headlines making news, the major league baseball championship series got underway. the new york yankees are having a rough go at it against the tigers 2-0. derek jeter broke hissing a yell. nlcs,ed cardinals won over san francisco 6-4 yesterday game two in that series. tonight, yankees-detroit tomorrow. >> bill: yankees have had a hard time. a-rod benched. >> they sat him down for a couple games. >> bill: because he's been playing such poor baseball. >> i'm on team tigers, by the way. i jumped ship from the nationals, i'm now on the tigers bandwagon. >> eric clapton is a bit richer, a painting from his private art collection sold for over $34 million. >> whoa! >> at an auction. the painter was sold for the highest price ever for a work by a living artist. eric clapton bought the oil on canvas, part of a series of three for just over $3,000,000.10 years ago so i
know. so you do it on a boat. dan simon has the story. >> got a cruise ship for sale. this man would like to buy one. he is not looking for the world's most expensive yacht. he is looking for office space. >> we have clients around the world that are kind of knocking on our doors to come here. >> those clients, entrepreneurs from all over the world. dario mutabaja is president of a start-up company called blue seas. >> how did you come up with blue seas? >> blue represents water and seed represents growth. >> the concept is to park a cruise ship in international waters. it would allow foreign workers to live and work near silicon valley. >> our goal is to help high-tech entrepreneurs to access silicon valley ecosystem to move their operations to silicon valley without having to deal with the very difficult problems associated with visas. >> reporter: mutabja, an immigrant himself calls blue seed an entrepreneurial solution to the problem foreign entrepreneurs have in securing visas to work in the u.s. an issue that has been tangled up in the political impasse over comprehensive immig
riesirita simon. >>> president barack obama and mitt romney square off wednesday night in denver. both trying to lower expectations practically gushing over one another, but new jersey governor chris christie is going against the grain and setting the bar high for the republican nominee. >>er time mitt romney has been confronted in this campaign with one of these moments, he has come through in a debate and performed extraordinarily well laying out his vision very clearly and also contrasting himself with his vision with hoomp his opponent was at that time. so i have absolute confidence when we get to thursday morning, george, you'll be shaking your head saying it's a brand new race with 33 dap days to go. >> you almost never hear that. doing well in a debate. what on earth was chris christie doing? live from washington in an undisclosed location at the bureau, peter what was chris christie doing there? >> i have no idea, john. do you? this flies in the face of everything the romney campaign's been trying to do for the last few week. his senior adviser beth myers put out something sayi
colleague tamron has a look at what's next in "news nation." >>> roger simon will joan my live. he has interests advice for governor romney. he said, the rom knee campaign is not in a state of disarray. it never got aarrayed in the first place. a big victory for democrats in pennsylvania. a judge blocks the state's controversial voter i.d. law from taking effect this november. what happens next year? i'll talk with co-director of the advancement project who is fighting against the voter i.d. laws in pennsylvania and other state, and the boston globe cynthia needham will talk about the big debate in massachusetts, a war of words between warren and brown. outside where they were debating supporters from both sides going at it. we'll show you the video. now we need a little bit more... a little bit more vanilla? this is great! [ male announcer ] at humana, we believe there's never been a better time to share your passions... because the results... are you having fun doing this? yeah. that's a very nice cake! [ male announcer ] well, you can't beat them. [ giggles ] ohh! you got
than your traditional ipad. and starting price tag of 329 bucks. we have dan simon and katie linendaal standing by outside this spot where this announcement has just taken place in san jose. dan simon, first to you, any big surprises? >> you know what, brooke, thanks to the internet, and all the leaks coming probably from apple suppliers, we didn't really see any surprises. they updated the imac, we saw the new 13 inch mac book pro. i guess what surprised me is the price of this ipad, $329. their competitors are a lot more aggressive when it comes to the price, $199 from google, $159 from amazon. so that was surprising to me. how about you? >> that was a big thing for me. as we head into holiday, tablet is a hot ticket item. for me, 329 bucks for the ipad mini, we have amazon kindles starting at $159, the nexus 7 at 200 bucks. for a consumer, $200 to $329 is a big difference. so i like to say, let's grab some popcorn and watch this play out because it is going to be interesting what consumers go for. if you want e-mail and the internet, can do that with any tablet. >> i have an ipad, i
are a businessman before you entered the u.s. senate. lower interest rates, lower unemployment, lawrence simons did lower inflation -- and lower inflation could now they come to your door and said they don't -- and lower inflation. now they come to your door and say they want you to change. why would you except that -- what would you accept that? this is an administration that has more than doubled the national debt. they have done that in less than eight years. they have taken this country from the number one lender nation in the world to the number one debtor nation in the world. and the interest on that debt next year on this reagan-bush debt of our nation will be $640 for every man, woman and child in america because of this kind of a credit-card mentality. so we go out and we tried to sell our securities every week. and hope that they will buy them. and they do buy them. but every time they do, we lose some of our economic independence for the future. now have turned around and bought 10% of the manufacturing base of this country that have 20% of the banks. they own 46% of the commercial real
favorites in a new book called "what doesn't kill us makes us bitter." published by simon and shuster.ve to start with vanity card number ten. when i began writing these the principle was simple it's a vanity card so be vein. this is a very big chuck lorre. you're a vein man? >> they are notumilitycards. just an opportunity to write some silly things down 15 years ago. >> you say silly things. when we were going book they are very poignant. a couple of times i felt i was reading your personal journals. you said there's an apology letter to your dad. if you want to kill someone, if you want to kill someone you hate make them famous. it was cool to write your eulogy. very poignant and touching things bur life. like you were sharing your life with us. was that your intention. >> some therapy is going on. some self-help. at a certain point i realized i could write anything i wanted. i kept waiting for a cbs executive or back in the "dharma and greg" days to say stop we don't like this. at times it got personal maybe too personal sometimes. i feel i had an opportunity to
tonight show," with jay leno on monday. please try to behavior yourself for once, simon. she is also a cover girl again, smiling from the cover of "lucky" magazine's december issue. >> to come from a place where we feared for her life, to become one of the highest paid stars in the whole entertainment industry right now. she's truly a role model for turning your life around. >> nothing like having all of your dirty laundry aired in a public forum like that. >>> you know how hard it is to get kids to eat their greens. look at one woman who has never grown out of it. she's only eaten three things her whole life. not a single fruit or vegetable on the list. linsey davis has the story. >> what's this stuff? >> some cereal. >> reporter: these guys never thought they would get finicky mikey to like life cereal. >> he likes it. hey, mikey. >> reporter: and children are known for their extremely picky eating habits. but you never met a picky eater quite like marla. any hummus? >> no. >> reporter: not a single thing in this aisle you would eat? >> no. >> reporter: would you go banana bread, m
'm out. i won't stick around for an orderly transition. oil walk away. simon and guys that's kind of a theory that's making the rounz that connect the dots that jim and others have been talking about this morning. >> that makes sense and we've seen that happen before. it's interesting, i looked at the composition of this board of directors. doesn't seem to be that strong of a board but they stood up here and made known what they at least felt. perhaps surprisingly to some a difference in opinion on the strategy this bank. one wonders when they will start with the new messaging. >> absolutely, david. i share a little bit of the surprise even just on your desk this morning in terms of the negativity about the quarter yesterday from sheila bair and from others, the feeling that the board was dissatisfied with pandit's performance. he inherited an unmentionable on television sandwich. he did quite a lot with it over a five year period. the compensation issue was dogging the board and him. i'm sure that was a factor. that doesn't explain why this ouster would occur right now. >> we got
for the various rovers have included "love me like a rock," paul simon. come fly with me, wake up little susie, the simon and garfunkel version. radar love, the theme from mission impossible and, probably my favorite, where is my mind by the pixies. [laughter] so the burning question is, who gets to pick the songs? >> actually, you know, i was only tangentially aware of that, and i recognize it from your telling it. i really don't know. so it sounds like a great talk for somebody -- [laughter] probably i would say it's jpl, within their team probably. >> okay. and we can tell from their dress code they're a wild bunch, so that explains a lot of the songs. the last question i know you are an expert in, and that is your own trajectory into coming into planetary science and enjoying it and living with it. and i can see you're still enthusiastic about it. what have been the high points and the low points for you in the world of science, and what keeps you enthusiastic about it? >> well, the whole -- my whole time at nasa which is now almost 15 years is a high point in my career. so bringing -- i'm
last week, the roger simon piece that said that congressman ryan actually holds the governor in a bit of disdain and has referred to him as "the stench"? did that surprise you? did you find that to be credible? >> oh, well, i think they actually came out and said that was satire. they added an editor's note. i think there were a lot of people who didn't understand it was satire. it was added -- they added an editor's note the next day. "buzzfeed" called them and asked about that. >> john: well, i'm relieved. >> it was an attempt at satire. >> john: when the onion site is down, i go right to politico for their insights. >> you need to be pretty clear when you're attempting satire on politico. it is not exactly what you're expecting. >> john: it did seem like ryan winced when he pointed out that barack obama didn't raise taxes during his first term. >> that was pretty great. his reaction was kind of a wts. wtf. what are you doing? by all accounts, i've done a lot of reporting on this, ryan and romney have a v
, analytical, less swayed by emotion. it is a personality that comes from simon baron-cohen. he has a bunch of items that will give you a score, the drive to understand the variables in a system and how they govern the behavior of the system. if you understand subway maps, sheets, if you enjoy doing that, it is the drive to identify the of motions another person is to -- experiencing. there is a big sex difference here. men are higher on systematizing and women are higher on that. if you analyze only the men, libertarian men are the highest of any of the three groups and they are the lowest on empathizing. libertarians are the only group whose scores are higher than their empathizing scores. this reflects a lot of things happening. many point to the feminizing of the democratic party. it has not only got more female, but it has gotten more feminine. there are a whole bunch of other studies, and i can tell you like this. it is a whole year -- a measure of reasoning, we have logic problems were you can get it wrong. tolerance of ambiguity, libertarians are the highest. there is one exception,
whole paper is the personality to simon baron cohen. he is a whole bunch of items that i will give you a score on what is called systemizing which is the drive to understand the variables of the system and how those variables govern the behavior so if you like to understand subway maps, spreadsheets, any sort of -- chess, any sort of complex system if you enjoy doing that you you are high on systemizing and emphasizing is the drive to identify they emotions that another person as experience and respond with an appropriate emotion. so there's a big difference here. men are generally higher on systemizing and women are higher on empathizing and what we find is that libertarians are in a sense the most masculine out there and if you evenly analyze only the men, he just look at the man, libertarian men are the highest on systemizing of any of the three groups in the lowest on empathizing. the same thing for women. in fact libertarians are only group whose systemizing scores in absolute terms, systemizing scores are higher than their empathizing scores. and this reflects a lot of what is ha
, thinking you're going to start this business. >> this comes from a guy named simon cynic who i met early on in my program. he said to me, look, everyone can say what your company does, but that doesn't connect people emotionally. what you need to do is explain why you do it. that's why you go to this stationery store instead of this stationery store. not because the product is so much better, but because of the emotion, the why you started this. >> i like number 40. improve yourself confidence by standing differently. this applies to -- i hope any woman watching will listen to what you have to say. it sounds strange at first but it is absolutely true. >> it does. i was very cynical when we went to meet this woman who explained this to me. amy cutty is at harvard business school. she did a study that basically said you can stand in certain positions that releases testosterone in your body for both men and women. what that does is makes you more kf debt confident or before you are going into a meeting or on a show where you'll be nervous. stand in a room, put your arms out, put your legs o
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